Written by Gennady Kovshenin

A developer’s take on GravityView 2.0 Beta

2.0 beta 1

Briefing GravityView 2.0 strives to deal with some inherent issues in the older versions of GravityView, while extending functionality to bring in new features, stability and performance. A more low-level and detailed write up is available on our GitHub wiki. Disclaimer This is a beta. While we have written a… Read more

Written by Zack Katz

Want to edit Gravity Forms entries 340% faster?

Do you edit a lot of Gravity Forms entries? You need our new plugin: Inline Edit. Data entry is a pain. It was one of my first jobs, and I’ll never forget it. If you’ve ever spent hours updating a single value for hundreds or thousands of records in a database,… Read more

Written by Zack Katz

Version 1.21.5!


🚨 Update GravityView to keep compatible with Gravity Forms 2.2 and newer GravityView 1.21 included an important update to make GravityView’s Edit Entry functionality work properly with Gravity Forms 2.2 or newer. If you haven’t yet updated, update GravityView now to keep everything working smoothly. If you’re running an earlier… Read more

Written by Zack Katz

Version 1.20: Edit Product & Pricing Fields

Version 1.20

Edit existing entry in Gravity Forms Gravity Forms doesn’t allow you to edit any order information (product options, or quanity, for example). If you try, you’ll see “Product fields are not editable”. This is a problem for many of our customers—there are valid reasons to edit this information. With Version… Read more

Written by Zack Katz

Add “Claim Entry” functionality in GravityView

TLDR: You can claim an entry in GravityView using the Gravity Flow plugin as described in this how-to article. What’s “Claim Entry”? Many of our customers use GravityView to display a list of businesses (a directory). They add the businesses and then want the business owners to be able to… Read more

Written by Zack Katz

Whoops! We sent incorrect license renewal emails ✉️

Are you a customer? If you have purchased GravityView or Entry Importer, you may have received an inaccurate license renewal email today. If you have already renewed and you got an email saying you didn’t: sorry about that! Your renewed license is valid. You can check your GravityView Account Page… Read more

Written by Zack Katz

The Top 3 GravityView Features Added in 2016

Top 3 2016 - Floaty the Astronaut has a trophy and is wearing a medal

At the end of the year, let’s take a look back at the top three features of 2016 We made changes to the code 717 times in 2016—that’s an average of 2 updates per day! From all those changes, it’s hard to find the few that we love the most…but I’ll… Read more

Written by Zack Katz

GravityView + WPML

If you want to run a site in multiple languages, the WPML plugin is a powerful tool. Lots of our GravityView customers use WPML, so we wanted to put together a how-to to translate a View into multiple languages. Read how to translate a View

Written by Zack Katz

Version 1.19

Approve Gravity Forms entries from GravityView

Version 1.19 adds front-end entry moderation to GravityView. This makes it much easier to manage your directory submissions. We also added a Russian translation to GravityView, which we’re thrilled about. Добро пожаловать! 🇷🇺 Full changelog: New: Front-end entry moderation! You can now approve and disapprove entries from the front of… Read more

Written by Zack Katz

Decide which entries to show in your directory…from the directory itself!

You have a directory that accepts submissions from anyone. But you want to make sure they’re appropriate for your website. With GravityView, you can now approve those form submissions from the front of your site. This makes it easier than ever to moderate entries: you will see exactly how the… Read more